Commercial Pilot Training offered by DGCA allows the learner to act as a Pilot in the authority of any aircraft and get paid for that. A CPL holder can perform flying work in a single and multi-engine airplane, fly aircraft and even act as a co-pilot in aircraft. The CPL course is all about operating the aircraft in the air which includes general flying, aircraft testing, and skill tests as per DGCA requirements. CPL training has become very popular among students who have the desire to fly an airplane and learn every discipline of the CPL course which has increased the number of aviation schools and flight clubs in India. An aspiring candidate can enroll in the course by appearing in various exams or sometimes it can be merit-based for some institutions. After the completion of the CPL course, the candidates have to complete a minimum of 6 months and a maximum of one-year training, to further apply for a job in government and private airlines where they are paid to fly as a pilot, transport cargo and passenger, and perform other operation that comprises mid-air survey and search and rescue.
10+2 or it is equivalent to a minimum of 50% marks in Mathematics and Physics. (If you don’t have Physics & Maths in 10+2 you have an option of doing these two subjects from DGCA Examinations and can still start your Pilot training course. Visit FLY Star Aviation Academy for more details.
A Class II Medical (Indian) with a fitness certificate from a designated medical practitioner. Please note for the issue of CPL License Class I Medical would be necessary.
At least 17 years of age to start Commercial Pilot Training. Vision in one eye must be perfect. (6/6 eyesight) On the other eye, you could have an imperfection of 6/9, which must be correctable to 6/6. You must be free of any disease that can hamper normal function.